Deaf teenage girls are at increased risk of dropping out of sport and face additional barriers to participation than hearing girls.
1.3 million teenage girls who once considered themselves as ‘sporty’ are dropping out of exercise and activity after primary school. Find out how we can change that.
Research in partnership with Yorkshire Sport Foundation to understand how teenage girls feel about being active outdoors in their local parks and green spaces.
Too many girls are disengaging from sport and exercise in their teens. Read our research to understand the challenges and how we can overcome them.
Find out how teenage girls' activity and exercise levels were impacted by the Covid-19 lockdowns.
Our research to find out how we can support Muslim women and girls into exercise in a way that suits them.
This is our toolkit inspired by Project 51, a partnership project with Sported funded by Comic Relief.
This toolkit is inspired by our research into reframing sport for teenage girls to help welcome them into sport and physical activity.
Too many women and girls are needlessly missing out on the lifelong benefits and rewards of sport and physical activity during their teenage years.
Girls are less active than boys and by age 13 – 15, only 8% of girls meet the Chief Medical Officer’s recommendation that young people aged 5 – 18 should do 60 minutes of physical activity every day.